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Released directly to home video, Bambi II is inserted into the storyline right after the infamous meadow scene. This time the frightened fawn (voiced by Alexander Gould) is struggling to come to terms with the death of his mother while trying to win his father's (Patrick Stewart) approval.
Why Is Bambi II Rated G?
Bambi II is rated G
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The loss of a mother and the desire to win the approval of a father are poignantly portrayed in this movie. Name-calling, occasional scraps that lead to head butting, and the inevitable results of crossing paths with porcupines and skunks are depicted. Characters get into life-threatening situations with hunters, dogs, and leg traps. Some gunshots are heard.
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The voices in this movie also have a noble heritage. Alexander Gould (the voice of Bambi) was the voice Nemo in Finding Nemo and Patrick Stewart (who gives voice to Bambi’s Father) provided the resonant tones for Pharaoh Seti I in The Prince of Egypt.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Bambi II is releasing to Blu-ray on August 23, 2011. The Two-Disc Special Edition Blu-ray / DVD Combo comes with the following extras:
- Thumper’s Hurry Scurry - an interactive game
- Disney’s Sketch Pad: Learn to Draw Thumper - a tutorial on how to draw Thumper
- Bambi II: The Legacy Continues - a featurette about the history behind Bambi II
- Bambi’s Trivia Tracks - pop-up texts that reveal fun facts about the movie
- Friend Owl’s Forest Fun Games - three interactive learning games
- Deleted song - “Sing the Day”
The forest comes to life with the extra features found on the Bambi II, releasing to DVD on February 7, 2006. Learn how to draw Thumper with lessons from a Disney animator. Or play some games with the precocious rabbit, learn some Bambi trivia, and watch a “making of” featurette.